Rev Up Your Revision! Motivational Study Skills Assembly!
Mr Beezy of TMI Seminars and Mr Costa Constantinou of Veema Education have joined forces to launch an exciting new motivational and effective study habits student assembly for the build-up to exams.
Rev Up Your Revision is a one hour, non-stop, high impact assembly that’ll leave your students inspired, motivated and tooled-up with effective learning techniques based on research from The Science of Learning and the work of Prof. John Dunlosky.
Give your students the opportunity to hear truly motivational speakers and the understanding of how to:
- Develop the habits of highly effective people effective.
- Adopt scientifically proven learning techniques for enhancing retention.
- Utilise study habits during independent study and in the classroom time.
Reflective assemblies package plus diagnostic tools to measure impact.
As part of the importance of reflective learning, and to make the masterclasses more meaningful, we have created a series of teaching resources (8–10 hours of learning). These can be used during tutor time, or PSHCE lessons, to reflect and carry on these important conversations.
Our diagnostic tools can be used both before and after our visit to help assess the impact on student learning.
For more information please contact us.
Have a great half-term break.
Mr Beezy Ltd (TMI Seminars)
Mr Beezy is a motivational speaker, with a desire is to create a strong sense of belief with each person he encounters, transforming thinking, motivating spirits and inspiring minds. With his humorous personality and high energy levels he delivers captivating workshops that give individuals the motivation to become successful.
Director of Educational Services
Costa is Veema’s driving force and has many years of experience both within the classroom and at leadership level. He understands first-hand school priorities and the need for building strong teacher and student morale. He regularly delivers keynotes and workshops both within the UK and abroad as well as publishing educational papers.